Anaconda: Life of Marcus Daly, the Copper King
Stackpole Company, 1956 - 220 pages
Biography of Marcus Daly, developer of the Anaconda Copper Mine in Butte, Montana. After Alexander Graham Bell demonstrated the telephone, Daly realized the future need for copper and sought it rather than silver or gold. He also developed a grand hotel, a newspaper, a railroad, and a stable of race horses.
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